A timeline of Paul Robesons life, a symbol of "Hipster Fascism," another tribute to Duke Ellington, and deer frolicking in the city
Visual Arts Archive
The contemporary art fair will return in a bigger venue in 2016.
There are either 331 windows or four, depending on how you count.
Pigeon feet, bubbles as monocles, and ill-placed hands make for wonderfully weird documentary photos.
After eight years, the formidable space at 14th & U will shutter.
Nearly a year after selling its Trinidad space, the gallery bought a property at 10th & O streets NW.
Sometimes, photography exhibits are notable for a small number of images that stand above the rest. And sometimes they're notable for offering a steady, coherent series. The seventh annual “Mirror to the World” exhibition of documentary photography at Glen Echo’s PhotoWorks falls into the latter category. (Disclosure: The curator, Frank Van Riper, photographed my wedding.)
Images of weaves hanging out to dry on a clothesline and women eating hair reveal black women's complicated relationship with hair.
Sean Hennessey and David Mordini found the industrial, noisy, dusty space they were looking for.
Suspect’s style—high-contrast black-and-white images—recalls the look and feel of the hardcore scene’s rise in the 1980s.